News and Media Coverage

Sept 10

Bastian H. Bias, Conflicts, Spin: The 8th Olympiad of research on science & publishing begins
PLOS Blogs. September 10, 2017.

Oransky I. The Olympics of research into scientific publishing is happening now. Follow along here. Retraction Watch. September 20, 2017.

Sept 11

Bastian H. Good enough? editors, statistics & grant peer review: PRC8 day 2. PLOS Blogs: Absolutely Maybe. September 11, 2017.

Clinical trials often unregistered, unpublished. ScienceNewsline. September 11, 2017.

Oranksy I. Do interim results need a warning label? MedPage Today. September 11, 2017.

Watch out for hype -- science 'spin' prevalent, researchers warn, EurekAlert. September 11. 2017.

Sept 12

Bastian H. Innovations in peer review and scientific publishing. PLOS Blogs: Absolutely Maybe. September 12, 2017.

Enserink M. Plan for new medical preprint server receives a mixed response. Science. September 12, 2017.

Sept 13

McCook A. Authorship for sale: some journals willing to add authors to papers they didn’t write. Retraction Watch. September 13, 2017.

Sept 14

The easy way to become an author. Genomeweb. September 14, 2017.

Sept 15

Meadows A. Seven things I learned at the Eighth International Peer Review Congress. The Scholarly Kitchen. September 15, 2017.

Han AP. Project to “fact check” genetic studies leads to three more retractions. and it’s just getting started. Retraction Watch. September 15, 2017.

Sept 18

LeMieux J. Peer Review Congress tries to solve publishing issues. American Council on Science and Health website. September 18, 2017.

Hanson B, Lunn J. AGU marks peer review week. Editors’ Vox. September 18, 2017.

Sept 19

Altman D. Thoughts on 28 years of the Peer Review Congress. Equator Network Blog. September 19, 2017.

Sept 21

Moylan E. What does transparency in peer review mean to you? BMC Research in Progress Blog. September 21, 2017.

Sept 22

Enserink M. Few authors choose anonymous peer review, massive study of Nature journals shows. Science. September 22, 2017.